Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, Ph.D. (Korea and USA), is a scholar, teacher, and activist for the One Goddess Reality and World Peace. Hwang earned an M.A. and a Ph.D. degree in Women’s Studies in Religion (Claremont Graduate University, CA) and currently completing her second M.A. degree in East Asian Studies at UCLA. She has reconstructed Magoism, a pan-East Asian gynocentric cultural matrix that venerates Mago, the Great Goddess of East Asia. Hwang advocates Magoism as a historical framework in which women of the world can realize alliances across differences. Previously, she was a member of Maryknoll Sisters in Korea, New York, and the Philippines. Encountering Mary Daly’s Radical Feminism, she pursued her graduate studies. http://www.ochrejournal.org/2007/scholarship/hwang1.html (Representative Article) https://www.facebook.com/groups/magoism/ (Facebook Group, the Mago Circle)
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